Just 29,000 Western Monarch Butterflies Are Left in California. That’s Down From Millions | KQED Science

Just 29,000 Western Monarch Butterflies Are Left in California. That's Down From Millions | KQED Science 1Monarch butterflies from across the western U.S. migrate to California for the winter. A new count shows a species in continued decline.

Source: Just 29,000 Western Monarch Butterflies Are Left in California. That’s Down From Millions | KQED Science

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